Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54GX4 Router
Click at the lower right end of the taskbar on the icon of the connection you use (wireless or ethernet), in case of a new window right click on your connection and click on status, click on properties, scroll down the window and choose Internet protocol TCP/IP, click on properties and check both IP address and DNS address to be set at auto. If they aren't auto, set both of them at auto. Click OK and close all the window. Let the system connect by itself. If not connected, restart the pc.
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